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Domain Registrars GoDaddy Review

After my fiasco with Network Solutions. I thought I would talk a little bit about GoDaddy. In my unpaid opinion, these folks rock. I’ve dealt on and off with this company for many years and HIGHLY recommend them. After trying other registrars out there, I always end up back at GoDaddy !

What I like about GoDaddy.

GoDaddy offers ease of use. The dashboard is easy to get around, and easy to make changes. For example and part of the reason I decided on writing this now, I just pointed a domain and it was literally active in less than 15 minutes. I pointed the D.N.S. information, waited about 15 minutes, hit refresh at my hosting company, and to my surprise GoDaddy already had the nameservers pointing to my hosting company.

GoDaddy is security minded, with dual authentication. I use a password and then wait for a text message with a code to log in. I’ve also felt very secure with the customer service people who always make sure I am who I am before talking with me.

Finally, price ! GoDaddy has to be the most affordable registrar in the industry. They don’t play games, offer affordable packages, and don’t nickel and dime you to death with hidden fees and extras.

I could go on and on about GoDaddy’s service. Nothing but positive things to say about this company and I highly recommend them. If you’re looking for a good, secure registrar and haven’t tried GoDaddy before, I strongly suggest you give them a try !

Now On Flickr

Recently someone sent me a link to Flickr on one of the many social networking platforms that I use. The link read “Free Terabyte Of Storage On Flickr”. Whoa, that’s a lot of storage ! I use multiple backups for my graphics, and photography, but the thought of having a terabyte online was just to much to resist. Today I got New Aeon Design signed up. I really don’t know a lot about the Flickr community yet, but anyone interested in following can find us here.

One of the reasons that I’ve never used any of the numerous photo storage sites on the internet, is because I was never that crazy about sharing every photo with the world wide web. Apparently with Flickr I can set photos to private and I will be the only person that can access them. If this works out I can add a lot of my graphics work. I try to back up all my graphics on multiple platforms, but with a terabyte of storage I should be able to have them all in one place and my photos too.

After I learn more about Flickr and use the service for awhile, I’ll post an update review down the road. For now, if you’re looking for a place to store and share all those images you’ve been creating and saving, give Flickr a try. You can sign up here, and make sure to follow New Aeon Design !

There’s one picture up right now, but I’ll be adding more this evening. Hope to see you all on Flickr 🙂